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Hahahahahaha! TOO funny."It's even got a matching container for rice!" Aw, Mom Chiang-- you tried.
That was one of my favourite parts, too. Great stuff, both of them! The colours for your flight comic look mighty fine!
is your lunchbox a robot in disguise?
that's awesome you're coming down to l.a.! you should definitely hit the drawing club. bob kato heads it up and he's a really cool guy.can't wait for flight 4 -
Thanks, guys! My dad said I drew my mom too fat. Sorry, mom.Kadi: I should hope not! It was destroyed.Paul: I'm very looking forward to the drawing club, it looks like a hell of a lot of fantastic!
You buried quite possibly one of the coolest lunch boxes ever, I don't understand. Funny comic though!
hahahahaha.... so awesome clio! I loved your dad's dialogue. It's something my dad would've said, too! In Mandarin, of course..
I want a She-ra lunchbox now :(Very cute cartoon, if my brother had been in your class, he'd have given that lunchbox a VERY good home...YAY, new Flight!
"Transformers...robots in disguise..."Can't wait to get my hands on the latest Flight.Love all your recent posts!
Beautiful stuff!! Your colors have such an unworldly feel......so oneiric!I also really enjoyed the flight books. Such amazing talent!Is your group going to Comicon?
I'm with CMJ, where is that lunchbox so that i can dig it up. But then again, i'm just a "boy". Cool comic though and looking forward to checking out the next Flight.
Haha. Sweet Transformer's lunch box.Also that was a beautiful Swan piece you did a while back.
hilarious comic! can't wait for flight 4.
Congratulations! I just got my copy at the bookstore a couple days ago. I avhen't had the time/energy to read through it yet but I'm sorely excited to jump in. I can see it now, sitting w/ the other three parts in my bookshelf lol...IT'S CALLING TO ME 8-D
ahh the battle of the lunchbox...that brings back memories even for me! my favorite was a vinyl one with YOGI BEAR on it...btw:i worked on SHE-RA! (for about six months). it was a lousy job but with some very fun people.
Hahahaha... aw, She-Ra was definitely one of those "just a paycheque" shows... still, lots of kids liked it! Myself included. But not as much as ponies.
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